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Of the 11 known cases of HSV (nine HSV-1 and two untyped HSV) following Jewish ritual circumcision with confirmed or probable orogenital suction during 2000-2011, the interval from circumcision to appearance of herpes lesions ranged from 5 to 20 days (median: 8 days) (Figure).
The premium DURAFLEX[R] BX range now includes the new 10mm, 15mm and 20mm suction cup sizes (models BX10P, BX15P and BX20P).
If the pool or spa is equipped with an unblockable drain suction system that will introduce air into the suction pipe in the event of an obstruction in the suction outlet or piping, the system is exempt from the drain cover requirements.
The vapor-side of the heat exchanger (between the evaporator outlet and the compressor suction) is often configured to serve as an accumulator thereby further minimizing the risk of liquid refrigerant carrying-over to the compressor suction.
As of December 20, 2008, all suction outlet fittings and covers manufactured, distributed, or sold in the United States must comply with ASME/ANSI A112.
Our aim was to compare the outcomes of modified radical mastectomy wounds managed by either closed suction drainage or closed simple drainage.
In process-related applications, the suction pressure may be fixed by a back pressure-controlled production separator.
Extracting each foot from the mud's suction hold takes legwork.
Our paper suggests that suction is really the way the heart does pumping.
The Atrium Oasis Dry Suction 3600 Chest Drain brand was dramatically affected by pressure change.
Apart from suction rolls and shells, which make up 45% of the company's overall production, MWN manufactures rolls of all types for various applications.
The Res-Q-Vac Hand-Held Suction System from Repro-Med Systems, Inc.